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E.g., 22-04-2018
  • An artificial system that's like life

    26/01/2016
    Supramolecular chemistry could provide new, innovative materials for applications for medicine, data storage and other areas. Some European countries even have national programmes devoted to this field. The ASSEMZYME project is using EU funding to train a research candidate in this cutting-edge science.
  • Understanding climate change in the Mediterranean

    26/01/2016
    The Mediterranean and neighbouring countries are a climate change hotspot, the climate research community believes. Projections suggest water availability is highly likely to fall, while demand will rise. The EU-funded CLIWASEC project cluster studied climate change impacts on water and security, and helped prepare Europe and its neighbours for the challenges ahead with guidance on water efficiency and stakeholder involvement.
  • Designing the path: a strategic approach to EU agricultural research and innovation

    From 26/01/2016 to 28/01/2016
    Organising team
    Challenges faced by agriculture and rural areas and the long-term character of research activities call for a strategic approach to research and innovation. European Commission organised a large conference to discuss how such a strategic approach could be implemented. The conference closed a half-year process kicked-off in Milan in June 2015. See the presentations and videos. #EU_AgriResearch
  • Are EU policies on innovation working?

    25/01/2016
    Five years after Europe launched a plan to foster innovation, EU-funded researchers are taking stock of its impact on growth and jobs. Their analysis aims to help policy-makers calibrate on-going policy actions and plan future ones.
  • Giving aeroplanes the power of self-healing

    25/01/2016
    The importance of damage tolerance in aircraft was recognised as long as 400 years ago by Leonardo da Vinci. The quest to improve tolerance continues, with much of the focus today on materials. Two EU-funded projects are developing advanced materials with the potential to both improve damage tolerance and the durability of composites.
  • International partners launch a new International Research Consortium to work together on Animal Health

    25/01/2016
    Jean-Charles Cavitte, European Commission
    Animal diseases can cause serious social, economic and environmental damage, impact on animal welfare and in some cases directly threaten human health. These diseases ignore borders. Working together to develop new control methods is essential. 14 organisations committed to jointly invest around EUR 1 billion so far in the next five years through a new international research consortium on animal health. Its launch will be celebrated on 27/01 in Brussels, Charlemagne Press corner at 13:15.
    LOGO of STAR-IDAZ IRC
  • Info Day about Horizon 2020 ICT-LEIT and IoT 'cross-cutting actions ' opportunities for research funding grants

    25/01/2016
    The European Commission’s DG CONNECT (‘Net Futures’ Directorate) is hosting an Info Day about current open 'calls' for research funding grants and calls under "Horizon 2020 ICT Leadership in Enabling and Industrial Technologies (LEIT)" and also for IoT cross-cutting actions.
  • FET Open and FET Proactive info day

    25/01/2016
    The Research Executive Agency (REA), in cooperation with the EC's DG for Communications Networks, Content & Technology, is organising an Information Day on the calls for proposals to be launched in 2016 by the Future and Emerging Technologies Open (FET Open) and the topic ‘Emerging themes and communities’ of the FET Proactive schemes.
  • Three days to design the path towards future EU agricultural research and innovation

    24/01/2016
    Over 500 delegates are expected in Brussels on 26-28 January to discuss the future of EU Agricultural research and innovation. #EU_AgriResearch
  • Real-life problems realistically solved

    22/01/2016
    Is a precise answer always better than a slightly less detailed one? Not necessarily. Some problems could take forever to compute and tie up vast IT capacity. Where solutions are needed urgently, e.g. in business or manufacturing, near-enough can be more than enough. ERC-funded research has produced a library of fast, powerful approximation algorithms.

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